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of santa maria. nbc's mike taibbi reports. >> reporter: the kiss nightclub was packed with the usual saturday night crowd when at 2:00 in the morning, a disaster. the ground floor was filled with smoke. club security initially blocked several emergency exits, thinking patrons were leaving without paying and that left only a few ways out. in the ensuing panic, many victims were trampled, others died of smoke inhalation. witnesses told police the fire was sparked by a pyrotechnics show on stage, according to nick ravenskroft of itv news. >> the stunt on stage with the flare made the ceiling catch fire. >> reporter: whatever the precise cause, the fire spread incredibly quickly as the crowd struggled to find ways to safety. some clubgoers who did make it out, joined firemen and onlookers in their attempts to open new escape routes using sledge hammers and axes, but it was too late for many inside. does of victims were carried to arising ambulances, if they survived. santa maria's major trauma hospital was quickly overwhelmed. >> translator: the injured are scattered around the hospital.
to stop the unrest. joining us mike, live from cairo. what happened in that fatal incident, mike? >> we are not sure of the exact specifics, but we do know that for the past five days there have been an ongoing series of skirmishes in the streets around the square, particularly those leading to the interior ministry, which has always been a particular target of anti- government protesters. the ministry itself barricaded itself for a number of months. those skirmishes have been ongoing for the past five days. there was one previous death reported in the past five skirmishes and now we have another. these sporadic clashes have been happening since the second anniversary of the revolution in various parts of cairo, generally very specific areas where protests have been flaring up and there has been teargas thrown by police with yet another fatality for those kinds of sporadic events within the city itself. >> of course, the government is concerned, the president has called on opposition leaders to talk. are they likely to get round the table? >> that is the key question. mohammed morsi has
, michelle griego and mike sugerman. it's going to be a big week around here. >> mike takes off this morning. >> yeah. he is road tripping down there. we'll hear about his journey. >> should be a fun little trip. it's 4:56. what may be a rowdy night here in san francisco on super bowl sunday. >> the request from san francisco's mayor to bartenders to help regulate football fans. >> a deadly week in san jose as police investigate the second and third homicides of the year. more on those and who police are looking for. pulse" dramatic words from senator dianne feinstein as she unveils a new bill to ban assault weapons. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> to put a finger in a bullet hole trying to get a pulse. >> some dramatic words from senator dianne feinstein as she unveils a new bill to ban assault weapons. >> and we're live in san francisco, where mayor ed lee is asking 49ers fans to keep their celebrations in check. why city leaders are now turning to bartenders for help. >> plenty of clouds and showers and a cold weekend
expecting a wintry mix today says minneapolis mike agustugustyniak of our affiliat wcco. >> chicago is getting snow and detroit is getting snow and it's all in response to the warmer air that's going to be responding in the next couple of days. the ice is going to be program especially through i-40 and north tennessee through kentucky and later today working through western north carolina, western south carolina. a quarter of an inch of icing at most, enough to slick up the roads for sure. and there are schools closed already there. a little farther north from norfolk virginia to washington d.c. light snow, enough to cause problems. 1 to 3 inches there. looks like an inch or less in new york city. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike agus stin yak in minneapolis. >>> many of the world's top business leaders are in davos this week for the annual world economic forum, but this year their focus is not on europe. anthony mason joins us from davos. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. maybe it's the abrasive air but there's been a move in davos. 12 months ago it looked like they
'donnell, vern glenn, our michelle griego and mike sugerman. >> that little girl should get two free tickets to the super bowl. >> what do you think? >> she looks like your niece, anne. >> so cute. >>> taking you outside live right now conditions on the road not too bad. some areas of overnight roadwork could slow you down including up the nimitz freeway so it's still there. we at any to check in with caltrans both directions of 880 this morning between 980 and 66. so this is obviously pretty close to the oakland coliseum, hegenberger, not seeing it in this camera but again, just watch out. they have various lanes blocked in both directions once again across the stretch. to the san mateo bridge now, this is a live look at westbound 92, 14 minutes is the drive time towards high-rise and foster city. by the way we're also getting word of an accident through the altamont pass so we'll tell you more about that once we get more details in a few minutes. in the meantime, here's lawrence with a check of your forecast. >> all right, elizabeth. a lot of clouds
the revolution on sunday morning where anti-government protesters went up against them for a third day. mike is in cairo for us. let's start here. last time we talked about several cities being a tinderbox. we have laid out the story. the national defense council, meant to discuss the security situation in the country. what can out of that meeting? >> it was made clear that the events in egypt at the moment will fall under the control of the national defense council. this is a body composed of government ministers and representatives from both houses of parliament, as well as military commanders and the head of military intelligence. this body has not been seen operating publicly since it was created last year. very clearly, it is the supervising was happening on the ground. rejected by most of the opposition movement, claiming that they reserve the right to impose a state of emergency in particular areas, should they wish to do so. there was no threat to do so immediately, but they made it clear that they would use the option if the situation on the ground continued to deteriorate. >> we wa
octavia spencer. talk about her role in this town. -- in this film. >> i wrote the script with mike in mind. i had a good idea we could get mike because no one was using him for what you is worth. michael b. jordan. he had done "the wire," and had done even if you feature films that are successful, but i had not seen him in the lead role. every time i watched him, i wanted the camera to stay on him. octavia, after i finish the sentence screenwriters lab, but a jet was like, i think we can get this to octavia. i was like, should you are crazy. she just won an oscar. >> she won the oscar for "the help." >> an on board. she is one of the warmest human beings i've ever met in my life. >> you were directing this academy award winning star. >> i was. it is very motivating. >> there was an interesting question last night when this movie played. someone raised their hand and said, "what about the bart? bart" you did this in the bart station. it was the bart police that killed oscar grant did did they cooperate? >> they did. a little history about what happened, after oscars trial and everyt
secretary clinton be saying, mike? >> reporter: as you mentioned secretary clinton has been even tpa i sizin emphasizing the work she's been doing since 9/11 to protect our embassies and consulates around the world and people who are stationed around the world in difficult spots. she was monitoring the situation on the streets of cairo earlier in the day. the bottom line, secretary clinton says she was not in denial about what was happening. >> the very next morning i told the american people that heavily armed militants assaulted our compound, and i vowed to bring them to justice. and i stood with president obama in the rose garden as he spoke of an act of terror. >> so she's making the point that she knew it was terrorism pretty early on. she is now done with the senate panel but she is not done with questioning. there are a bunch of house members who want to ask questions about what happened in benghazi on 9/11, jon. jon: we already played that exchange with senator johnson. any other fireworks so stphar. >> that is thfar? >> reporter: that is the one that clearly got under her skin. john
chairman of the joint chiefs of staff admiral mike mull whon said after the arb was issued as someone who has run large organizations and the secretary of state has been very clear about taking responsibility here, it was from my sper techtive, not reasonable in terms of having a specific level of knowledge that was very specifically resident in her staff. and over time certainly didn't bring that to her attention. that was admiral mike mullen. secretary, how many cables do you say arrive every year to the state department? # hadn't -- 1.4 million. can you tell me how long it takes to read 1.4 million cables? >> if i ever tried to read 1.4 million cables i don't think i'd be sitting here today. i'd probably be collapsed somewhere. i appreciated what admiral mullen said. when you sit on top of large organizations in his case the united states military, which is huge and in my case the state department and usa i.d., you put in place processes, and you have to trust the judgment and the good sense of the people in your organization. the 1.4 million cables, they come in the state department,
admiral mike mullen who said after the arb was issued as someone who's run large organizations and the secretary of state has been very clear about taking responsibility here, it was from my perspective not reasonable in terms of having a specific level of knowledge that was very specifically resident in her staff and over time certainly didn't bring that to her attention. that was admiral mike mullen. secretary, how many cables did you say arrive every year to the state department? 1.4 million? can you tell me how long it takes you to read 1.4 million cables. >> well, if i ever tried to read 1.4 million cables, i don't think i'd be sitting here today. i think i'd be collapsed somewhere. you know, i appreciated what admiral mullen said. when you do sit on top of large organizations in his case the united states military which is huge. and in my case the state department and usaid. you put into place processes. and you have to trust the judgment, the good sense of the people in your organization. so those 1.43 million cables, they come into the state department. you know, the tr
of information but i want to quote the former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, admiral mike mullen, you said after the a.r.b. was issued, as someone who has run large organizations and the secretary of state has been very clear about taking responsibility here, it was from my interpb -- perspective it was not reasonable in terms of having a specific level of knowledge that was very specifically resident in her staff and over time certainly didn't bring that to her attention. that was admiral mike mullen. secretary, how many cables did you say arrived to the state department, how long did it take you to read 1.4 million cables? >> i tried to read 1.4 million cables, i don't think i'd be sitting here today, i'd be collapsed somewhere. i appreciate what admiral mullen said because when you do sit on top of large organizations, in his case the united states military which is huge, in my case the state department and usaid, you put into place processes and you have to trust the judgment the good sense of the people in your organization, so those 1.43 million cables they come into the state d
together, we've helped make san francisco america's greenest city. >> reporter: c.e.o. and president mike sangiacamo took us on a tour of recology's sprawling 22-acre composting facility northeast of san francisco. >> in terms of food waste composting, this is as good as it gets. we're creating a product that can be used on the soil to replenish nutrients that growing food crops take out of the soil. >> reporter: food scraps and yard clippings brought here-- some 400 tons a day- are turned into rich compost that is now being used by vineyards in napa and sonoma. in the rest of the nation, where composting is a rarity, 97% of food waste is disposed of in landfills, and that causes environmental problems, according to regional epa director jared blumenfeld. >> about half the food we buy from the supermarket ends up going into the landfill. that's unacceptable. the stuff that rots and smells produces methane, which is a very, very potent greenhouse gas. and even if there's a cover on the top of just soil and stuff, that goes into the atmosphere and is really contributing in a large way to cl
i take the mike and let the gop have it. macho man rodney savage style. >> we have to expand our appeal. >> what are you going to do with macho man joe biden? >> renew our party, grow our ranks, and win elections. >> look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote, which we think should be ours. >> we can't get rattled. we won't play the villain in his morality plays. >> we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in an illegal status. >> anti-government ideologues. >> sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. >> that if you do not believe in government then you will not vote for most things that come up, and they haven't. >> speaking of change, what's up with michelle's bangs? her bangs! what is she, a guest star on "new girl." >> i wanted to publicly stay thank you. she will go down as one of the finest secretary of states. >> she was gildy. >> a lot of love between the best friends forever. >> no political tea leaves? >> we haven't got some tea. >> if he had a clinton presidency, i think we would
using session. >> push from immigration on both sides of the aisle. >> mike emanuel reporting that bipartisan group of senators, marco rubio leading an effort in the senate where they are coming around a bipartisan plan. we might see it come to fruition next week. it's important, the president we're told had a meeting today with hispanic caucus. tuesday he is going las vegas. big hispanic population there to give a speech laying out his principles here. bottom line is both parties seem to start to yell behind a plan we might see movement on in weeks ahead. >> bret: we'll follow it. thank you. vice president biden down the road in virginia today. generally pro-gun state, the talk about gun control. see how the round table control in richmond after they worked on gun safety following the shootings at virginia tech. there are few subjects more divisive in the last half century than abortion. no day on the californian der that brings pro-life advocates to the like the annual protection against the supreme court ruling that legalized them. >> unadapted by the cold temperatures and
they celted with three different players only one of whom we know. mike webster the former steelers great. one doctor testified in that case his brain injuries were similar to someone who had been in 25,000 car accidents. >> there's a problem here. >> the problem of approximate cause and there are two approximate cause problems here. number one, did violent concussions cause seau's cte and did cte cause seau to kill himself or was it something else? >> very difficult to prove. very good point. this could go on for years. the medical testimony will have to prove a direct cause, a relationship to junior seau's death a self-inflicted wound and the nfl having some culpability. that will be difficult. they will also look at causation. >> there is one other thing. we are talking suicide here. that is a voluntary act. it's a choice. to claim that someone or something, the nfl in this case is to blame for causing it, that has always been legally problematic in cases hasn't it? >> here's the thing, it is tough. i will give you that. but there is precedent for it. three years ago former chicago bears gr
. over three-quarters of republicans voted no. the tea partier mike lee has introduced an amendment to the senate bill to demand a disaster aid be offset by spending cuts. the conservative lub for growth piled on the pressure urging republicans to vote no and offering a dire warning that their decision would be reflected on the club's dreaded 2013 congressional score card. even the power hour emergency new jersey g proved -- >> we have potentially really great candidates. we don't need pretenders. we don't need frauds like chris christie, and that's exactly what he is. any governor can help his state if he gets tens of billions of dollars from the federal government, but we need a real leader in this nation, want this joke. >> nor could chris christie escape a scolding from senator ran paul. >> i think the over the top give me my money kind of stuff, i want all $60 billion now or i'm going to throw a tantrum, that won't play well in a republican primary. we realize the whole idea is even for disaster funds, most republicans think it should be paid for. >> jonathan, resident of new j
for the first time. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel on the hill. this hearing will begin in a matter of minutes. when it does, mike, what are some of the key answers that these senators want to hear today? >> reporter: lawmakers i talked to say they have a number of fundamental questions they want to ask secretary clinton. for example on the night of the september 11th attack in benghazi what was her personal involvement? they note this facility in benghazi had been attacked on june 6th, three months before the 9/11 attack. they want to know what she knew about that and what she did about. they want to ask why she was not the one to go on the sunday morning political talk shows. instead it was sues san rice blaming a video. heading into these hearings there are many, many questions. >> why aren't we spending money to guard americans who put their lives on the line and leave their families and go out to leave for work in the foreign services? shouldn't our priority be to make sure americans are protected first before we give american taxpayer dollars to countries that don'
. karen english of arizona. mr. mike barnes of maryland,ality -- alternate. the speaker pro tempore: the house will be in order. please take your conversations off the floor. the house -- the chair will now entertain requests for one-minutes. please take your conversations off the floor. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? mr. thompson: i request unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. thompson: madam speaker, the house is not in order. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania deserves to be heard. please take your conversations off the floor. the house will be in order. mr. thompson: thank you, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania is recognized for one minute. mr. thompson: friday marks the annual march for life and i look forward to joining the thousands of constituents that will journey to washington to be the voice of the unborn and champions for their protection. without abortion, we can only
praying otherwise. what is god to do? probably back away and let us decide. mike said they are the first to cry separation of church and state. from row, separation of church and state, can't have it both ways. if you want the government out of the church, church stay out of government. i am against gun laws just for the record. thank you, everybody. appreciate your input on facebook. union membership at its lowest level since 1916. who are the political and economic winners and losers in all of this? the answer is next. ♪ [ slap! ] [ slap! slap! slap! slap! ] ow! ow! [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium-rich tums starts working so fast you'll forget you had heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums stuart: we are on full time record high watch for the dow today. look where it is now, 13862 up another 37. starbucks got a lot of company here and in asia. nicole petallides, the coffee giant reported stronger than expected sales and matched wall street expectations. shares on a rise 4%. bad news, let's go to has row. less demand for toys than e
of staff admiral mike mullen, who said after the arb was issued, as someone who is one large organizations, and the section of state has been very clear about taking responsibility here, it was from my perspective not reasonable in terms of having a specific level of knowledge that was very specifically resonant and her staff. and overtime certainly didn't bring that to our attention. that was admiral mike mullen. how many cables did you say a ride every year to the state department, 1.4 may? >> can you tell me how long it takes you to read 1.4 many cables because if ever tried to read 1.4 million cables, i don't think i i would be sitting here today. i would probably be collapsed somewhere. you know, i appreciatappreciat ed what admiral mullen said, because when you do sit on top of large organizations come in his case the nested military which is huge, and in my case the state department and usaid, you put into place processes and you have to trust the judgment, the good sense of the people in your organization. so those 1.43 million cables, they come into the state department. the tradi
what they allege to be a cover-up. attorney general mike dewine of ohio says he appreciates their concern. >> it is tough to be a victim and we have to give services to them. so i applaud their concern about that. we have the same interest that they do and that is, we seek justice. bill: well the decision there is now in, in that case rather is in the hands of the attorney general. a judge expected to decide whether or not that should be closed to the public. the ag and the girl as parents want the trial closed in steubenville. martha: tough story. after campaigning on promise of hope and change, there a new poll that came out this morning that people see president obama as one of the most pole a la rising presidents of history. we'll talk to chris wallace about that after the break. bill: cold outside. feels good in january. we needed it after all, right? it is january. there is new misery for some of the victims of up zoo are storm soon did i. they're -- superstorm sandy. live to staten island, new york. martha: tough time for them. a shocking new twist of the american pas
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